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                    Lighthouse ArtCenter Celebrates Little LUSH,

                          A Small Works Functional Ceramics Show

                                              That Runs Through Dec. 2

        Lighthouse ArtCenter hosted an Awards Reception                                                      First place, Stevens, Rebecca – English Breakfast (St.
      on Sept. 21 for the presenting artists from the ceramic                                              Petersburg, Fla.)
      exhibition “Little LUSH.” The show features a selection                                                Second place, Briegel, Samantha – Baby Blue Gingham
      of 75 functional small works on display in the gallery                                               Teapot (Randallstown, Md.)
      through Dec. 2. The gallery, located at 373 Tequesta Drive,                                            Third  place,  Pogue-Reed, Angie  –  Flying Saucer
      Tequesta, FL 33469, invites the public to experience this                                            (Jupiter, Fla.)
      unique collection, with free admission for members and a                                               Honorable Mention, Asprey, Stuart,  Stunomi #523b
      suggested $5 donation for nonmembers.                                                                (Norman, Okla.)
        Jeni Licata, the executive director of the Lighthouse                                                Honorable Mention, Duncan, Kelsey, Black and Red
      ArtCenter, expressed her enthusiasm, stating, “We are excited                                        Cups (Antioch, Tenn.)
      to bring extraordinary exhibitions to the community, offering                                          Also displayed in the gallery through Dec. 2 is a
      an enriching experience that celebrates creativity and talent.”                                      unique fiber arts exhibition, “Elegant Threads.” Elegant
        Ceramicists around the nation responded to a call to                                               Threads features over 200 wearable and nonwearable
      artists and have masterfully created a diverse range of                                              creations from artists all over the country and the world.
      useful contemporary art objects. From delicate teacups and                                           Masterpieces are from internationally renowned artists
      bowls to intricate vases and sculptures, these small-scale                                           such as Bisa Butler and Lezley Saar (on loan from the
      ceramics embody the perfect blend of artistic expression     Over 100 guests attended the reception at the gallery,   private collection of Beth Rudin DeWoody) and sculptures
      and practicality.                                 and  others  joined  via  Instagram  Live  for  the  awards   are from artist Muriel Kaplan. A ticketed runway
                                                        ceremony judged by Nate Ditzler and Laura Konecne.   show will take place on Nov. 16, 6 to 8 p.m. For more
                                                        Lighthouse ArtCenter’s Director of Ceramics and    information about Lighthouse ArtCenter’s exhibitions and
                all abouT Kids                          Sculpture,  Chad  Steve,  and  Executive  Director,  Jeni   events, please visit
                                                        Licata, announced the following winners:

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